Product round-ups and reports on stone alternatives such as quartz, thin porcelain tile (TPT), other products consisting of recycled material and products that include at least some man-made components.
Neolith Estatuario specified throughout the interior of luxury wedding dress boutique in Shanghai
January 25, 2021
Luxury wedding couture is a small, but highly competitive and lucrative market, where the retail experience is almost as important as the clothing itself. Brands within this space are continually evaluating the design of their boutiques to best communicate their fashion ethos to customers.
N eolith® adds to the posh vibe of a New York City apartment – providing the durability needed for a workspace and the luxurious look for everyday living
October 16, 2020
Lafayette Street in Downtown Manhattan runs through Chinatown, Little Italy, North Little Italy (NoLIta) and North Soho (NoHo) — providing residents a plethora of shopping, dining and nightlife options.
The mid-tone gray of Silestone Lagoon enhances the fresh contemporary look of a kitchen remodel
July 13, 2020
Cassandra LaValle, the founder and creative director of Coco Kelley and The Emerald Studio, favored Silestone Lagoon for the surfacing and bright white paint from Benjamin Moore. In this interview, La Valle explains her thoughts and inspiration behind the design.
Gauged porcelain tile panels/slabs (GPTP) are gaining a lot of traction in the tile and stone industries as of late. The large-format materials, which are technically defined as tiles measuring 1 x 1 meter (40 x 40 inches) or larger, have been around for almost 10 years now, but have been creating a lot of buzz in the marketplace over the last handful of years.
Perched high on a hillside in Carmel, CA, with stunning views of the ocean is a house that was originally built by renowned architect Joseph Eichler, who was recognized in the 1950s and 60s for his clean, open, mid-century modern designs.
In recent years, the popularity of quartz surfacing has escalated to new heights. Advances in technology allow quartz manufacturers to continually develop new colors as well as products that replicate the aesthetic of natural stone. The following is just a selection of the numerous quartz product offerings available today.
Date: March 31, 2015
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